ditching my fzr400 project

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Stumpy
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ditching my fzr400 project

Postby Stumpy » Mon Jan 05, 2015 12:52 pm

Lately I've been feeling like I need to go back to dirt and supermoto and just get rid of my fzr and all the accumulated stuff. Our finances are tight enough that roadracing regularly just isn't feasible and I have more opportunity to ride woods, sm, or flat track as well as some dual sporting. I think I need another KTM 450... I just don't know what I can get for all of the stuff I have and I thought you guys might be able to chime in.
Details - 88 frame with some dings painted black with clean title, 88 swing arm black with speedwerks axle adjuster blocks, a spare 90 deltabox swing arm, 17" gsxr rear, fox shock, r1 front end, spare r1/6 front wheel and rotors (with fixable lip bend), braided lines front and rear, yzf600r fuel tank, stock 400 engine with race covers installed, woodcraft rearsets, used r71 sharkskinz bodywork with new zg double bubble screen, moriwaki md250 tail, 32mm flatslides, bunch of spare stock carb parts with a jet kit installed, r6 throttle tube, 4-5 different radiators in good shape (400, 600, and f2), fzr 600 engine minus the head, yzf600r engine, yzf carbs, spare yzf head, assorted wiring for each engine, stock 400 air box with boots, D&D full system for 400, v&h carbon ss2r slip on for something(maybe f2?), some stock yzf headers, and probably some other stuff I'm forgetting. I'll follow up with pictures.
I'm thinking $1500 for just the 400 stuff and $2000 for everything. Delivery can be negotiated as well. As a side note, I'm going to Orlando next Friday and can deliver along the way from Brunswick for no charge. That applies to the 9th only though. Located in Brunswick, GA.

Stumpy
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Re: ditching my fzr400 project

Postby Stumpy » Mon Jan 05, 2015 12:53 pm

I really don't want to separate it at this point unless it was broken down into yzf engine stuff and fzr stuff or similar. If I can't move it all I'll keep plugging away at it until I'm done. Would be interested in trades for a KTM 450 but not much else. Here are some pictures.

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